Highlights of the Grahan Trek
- Take a walk in Glasgow and explore the city and its beautiful surroundings.
- From a height of 7,700 feet, enjoy breathtaking views of the Parvati Valley and the Himalayan mountains. Enjoy a night in a chalet in the village with your friends and family.
- Throughout the journey, you will be accompanied by a happy guide.
Grahan Trek Information:
The Grahan Trek journey begins at the bridge that connects old and new Kasol. It now follows the left bank of the Grahan Nallah (stream), the highest point of the trek. The slope of the path is gentle, and you are surrounded by the beauty of nature and tall pine trees.
The road also has a few wooden bridges, the second of which marks the halfway point of Grahan. Halfway, you cross the Nallah on a bridge, but the rest of the journey is hilly. After a hard ascent of almost an hour, the settlement comes into view, bringing you to Grahan Village. The residence of Grahan in Kasol is a beautiful hidden secret of Himachal Pradesh, situated at an altitude of 7700 feet above sea level.
The only way to reach this beautiful city is from Grahan, located in Kasol. Walking through the pristine forest with the roar of the Parvati River in your ears is a joy for all lovers of the world. With a population of only 350 people, the area is a must-see for visitors. The trip to Grant City will take about 4-5 hours on average, with a few stops. In general, even unskilled travelers do this tour.
The town is also the starting point for hikers climbing the Col du Sar. Therefore, Grahan’s path is clearly marked with a red arrow. There are many beautiful places where you can appreciate the beauty of nature and relax in the shade of pine trees when you are tired. The Grahans are very kind and hospitable. You will be relieved to see how well they are doing their business. Farmers also make honey, and many of them use large weapons to frighten the bears that run around the honey in the forests on top of the mountains. fear.
Sweet honey is produced by nectariferous bees on trees in the forest. Summer and autumn are the best times to visit Grahan, as the trees are at their peak during these times. The people of the country have developed well-developed tourist routes, which make it easy to reach the place in a short time. This trip is often overlooked by vacationers and travelers. In Glasgow, alcohol consumption is prohibited, and those who break the law are fined or expelled from the city. The port can be accessed only after a short journey from Kasol; there is no mobile network or ATM.
Himachal Pradesh is a state in India. North India is home to the “Snow Capped” and “Unmoving” states (meaning “Snow Capped Mountain Province”). It is one of the eleven hill states in the Western Himalayas, with a diverse range of mountains and large river systems. Himachal Pradesh is bordered to the north by Jammu and Kashmir and Ladakh and to the west by the states of Punjab, Haryana, Uttarakhand, and Uttar Pradesh.
To the east, the state and the Tibet Autonomous Region share an international border with China. Himachal Pradesh is also known as the “Land of Gods and Goddesses.” The Grahan Trek Kasol takes you deep into the forest on a short trail, providing a satisfying and unforgettable experience. Hikers and motorists will see the trees on the road. Visitors and locals have not made it beautiful; instead, they have joined it together and shaped it to complete the design.
Day 1: Kasol to Grahan Village (9 km | 4-5 hrs)
The journey to Grahan hamlet starts from Kasol and takes about 4-5 hours to cover a distance of 9 kilometers. Before the bridge leading to Kasol Central Bus Station, the road will start. The routes are marked with red arrows almost everywhere, but there is a high risk of getting lost in the art. During the trip, we pass through the forest, and we sometimes hear the chirping of birds and bees, but one thing will not leave you alone: the river Parvati.
There will be two wooden bridges to cross, and the second will serve as the midpoint of the journey. The hamlets are only visible for the last 150 meters of the walk, but look! Most of these structures are popular, and some are around 200–250 years old. Explore the city and socialize with young people at every corner. In the evening, enjoy your home-cooked meal while listening to the soothing sounds of nature and the warmth of the fireplace.
Day 2: Grahan Town to Kasol (9 km; 4-5 hrs)
Today, get up early to see the sunrise from the amazing Col du Sar mountain range. After a full breakfast, you will drive to Kasol in a comfortable car. The nine-kilometer journey will take you about four to five hours. Take a break at Grahan Nala, refill your water bottle, or just sit back and enjoy nature. Once you reach Kasol, you can rest for the day before continuing your journey.